Is there only one reversible way to move from one state to another?
If we consider two states $A$ and $B$ on an isotherm and we move from $A$ to $B$ by first reversible isochoric process and then reversible isobaric process. Now the path followed should be reversible since both the processes were reversible. But what about simply following the reversible isothermal process?
According to me both processes should be reversible. Now entropy is the heat added reversibly to move from one state to another divided by the temperature at which it is added. But we know that the heat added to the system is different in both the cases. Then how is entropy a state function?